In Dota, heroes had variable base damage. I particularly loved CK's starting damage (49-79). Though it was tough in last hitting creeps, it was very useful while fighting heroes 1 on 1 early game.

Are the hero damage still a range of damage ? Because all I can see on the HUD is a rounded number.

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    Not certain but I think the developers of Dota 2 tried to reduce/remove the amount of RNG (AKA luck factors) in the game. But that's mostly based on what I think I heard lol.
    – Shelby115
    Apr 26 '14 at 7:22
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    I don't think it has been; if you hover over the sword, you can see the upper and lower boundaries.
    – peper757
    Apr 26 '14 at 7:31
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    why the hell do you downvote this? it's a good question Apr 26 '14 at 9:12
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    @Studoku Its not that only the developer would know the answer to it. And according to the answer, the developer didnt remove it. So I suppose its a pretty valid question. Very few people would know that its still there. Apr 26 '14 at 11:53
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    @MandeepJain Your welcome. I'll up vote it now, as the edit does the question justice.
    – peper757
    Apr 26 '14 at 17:04

Heroes still have a damage range, it's just not shown in the UI unless you mouse over.

Here's a useful site that shows the stats in full in a sortable view (show the min damage, max damage, and average damage columns): http://www.devilesk.com/dota2/heroes/herodata

  • dont understand the reason for showing the average damage then. Not a good UI. All time long I thought it had been removed. Thanks. Apr 26 '14 at 11:56
  • Wow. I played 1,346 hours of DotA2 and thought those ranges were gone! I did hover over a lot of times but only for the attack range or attack speed. I completely missed the range...
    – Wandang
    Apr 26 '14 at 16:39
  • Exactly the same @Wandang. so many times i have hovered over it and it was there all along :P Apr 28 '14 at 5:23
  • Also buildota2.com/build_creation?hero_name=leshrac shows data about heroes - DPS, min damage, max damage etc.
    – heroin
    Sep 26 '14 at 7:18

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